Ngoc Phu Hotel

Address: 17 D Doc Phu Thu, Chau Doc, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 17 D Doc Phu Thu, Chau Doc, is near Tam Coc, Cat Ba Island, Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, and Kenh Ga.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNgoc Phu Hotel Chau Doc

    Reviewed by nemo.dat

    Cheap clean digs in Chau Doc - Ngoc Phu hotel 10usd

    Reviewed Jan 8, 2015
    by (1 review) Christmas Island , Australia Flag of Australia

    Centre of Chau Doc City, cheap digs - 220000 dongs a night (10usd) - clean room, big bed, free wifi, cool room, fan plus aircon, street is just off wet-markets and walkable distance from berth by Victoria Hotel (high-speed boat to/from Phnom Penh) friendly staff. Straight down road is coffee shop with pizza shop above, by central small busy park and buddist temple. Round corner Tourist info centre - sells boat tickets/bus tickets and rents bikes for 5 bucks a day. Vinh Phuoc tourist centre12-14 quang trung, chau Doc.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Ngoc Phu Hotel Chau Doc

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    Travel Blogs from Chau Doc

    Arrived in Chau Doc 07/01/2015

    A travel blog entry by nemo.dat on Jan 08, 2015

    High speed blue boat down the Mekong departed Phnom Penh 1pm yesterday, arrived at Cambodian border post 3 hrs later, back on boat then Viet Border station - approx 10 to 15 foreign nationals at post mostly US young travellers. Then sped down river to Chau Doc closer to city the river became increasingly interesting, people living on the river, …

    Day 33 - Chau Doc

    A travel blog entry by malleesurfer on May 29, 2015

    13 photos

    ... Friday night service in the Catholic Church & interest got the better of us so we had to have a look. You know, it looked no different to a large Catholic Church in Adelaide!

    Back in our digs E & I played some 8-ball in the games room which also has an honesty bar…write down what you take from the fridge & pay the bill upon checkout! Sort of lets you know about the people who stay her & that’s another tick for them in my ...

    "Tuk Tuk" tales

    A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 23, 2015

    3 comments, 53 photos

    Well I have to say I am intrigued and awed and amazed and sometimes frightful, when in and or watching the jumbled and chaotic flow of traffic on the streets and yes sometimes the sidewalks.

    The "Tuk Tuk" meaning trailor is just that!!! It is attached to a motorbike (moto) and is a very popular and an inexpensive way to be taxied around. An average fare is 2 dollars, in and around the city. A moto ride is 1 dollar but that ...

    Conflict in the Mekong

    A travel blog entry by christineatkins on Jan 08, 2015

    You may have thought that the times of conflict in the Delta had passed. Not so! In fact, there are many aggressive walls and fences lurking around every corner waiting for any unsuspecting tourist on a bike, with a child/tour guide/wriggler/riding critic on the back. They leap out and cause bodily injury! That was definitely not in the guidebook! Suffice to say that there will be no more bike riding, particularly with Eloise on the back. To quote a ...

    A Gay Old New Year’s Eve in Tan Chau

    A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 01, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... of Thuy – assembled in her restaurant at 9pm to eat food, drink beer and usher in an alien New Year. We sat round an oblong of tables, me at one end.

    I had already eaten, so I pecked at the food on offer – extracting tasty okra from the bubbling stew pot, nibbling sweet pork sausage – and sipped iced Saigon Red beer. Nobody at the table spoke English, but it was interesting to observe the Vietnamese around me. I was by far ...